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New Ceramics from Angie Lewin, Sllipblog from Sarah and exhibitions from Laura Weston

May 7, 2014

Three catch ups and very newsworthy items for you all today.

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Angie Lewin has been working with Wiltshire potter John Julian Design to produce her own range of stylish tableware.

Her porcelain plates are available in two designs, Scarista and Meadow (each in two colour ways) – hand jollied and hand stencilled. The plates are very durable – oven proof and won’t fade in the dishwasher. Produced as a limited edition of 200 sets of each design, a small quantity of each will be also be available individually. Priced at £149.00 for a set of six plates or £28.00 individually (excluding postage and packing). You can find out more about how to buy them here. There’s also some rather lovely and summery Tote bags on the St Judes site.

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If you’re in the London area, then there is a forthcoming exhibition of recent works by Angie Lewin and Alex Malcolmson from Thursday 15th May until Saturday 24th May 2014, at The Town House, 5 Fournier Street, Spitalfields, London E1 6QE. The exhibition takes place in an intimate gallery space hidden behind The Town House on Fournier Street in the heart of Spitalfields. The building dates from 1720 where silk weavers originally worked and plied their trade. Angie will be exhibiting a range of her limited edition prints – linocuts, wood engravings, screen prints and lithographs – whilst Alex will present a series of new box constructions, mixed media collages and three dimensional works.

Next ……my very talented school friend Sarah, has recently launched her blog, talking about her ceramics and the trials and tribulations of buying an old kiln and making sense of it’s settings etc without the aid of a manual !

Called simply Sllipblog (the extra ‘l’ is for Sarah’s initials, in case you were wondering) I’ll be looking forward to viewing more of Sarah’s humourous and detailed ceramics and seeing how her work develops. If any of my readers can offer any good kiln advice, please contact sarah here.

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Sarah’s work will be featured in the Northern Potters Association exhibition which is on at the beautiful Didsbury Parsonage Trust on the last Bank holiday of May. Do call in if you’re in the Manchester area and see what creative work is on show.

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Thirdly, two exhibitions featuring the wonderful work of fellow printer Laura Weston.

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The first as it states above, is part of Oxton Secret Garden and open from 10am til 5pm on May 11th. The second will be  at the sunny Southbank Printmakers Gallery between 19th May and the 1st June. Follow the links for more information.

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Finally it was great yesterday to see the birds enjoying a downpour outside my studio window. The whole thing only lasted 10 minutes, but they were very excited and twittery afterwards : ) Happy tweeting to one and all !

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8 Comments leave one →
  1. Susan Day permalink
    May 7, 2014 8:29 am

    Thanks fishink for all your blogs. Sorry to hear about your op hope all well now. A group of 4 friends are having an exhibition in June in Alton Hampshire about sheep-textiles, prints drawings will be on sale. Please would you consider putting on your blog ?Many thanks Susan xx

    • May 7, 2014 9:09 am

      Hi Susan thanks for your comment and well wishes, much appreciated. If you can send me some dates and details, perhaps some images then I’ll certainly give it a mention. Thanks

  2. May 7, 2014 9:36 pm

    The birdies love a refreshing natural shower!

  3. May 7, 2014 10:40 pm

    Thank you my kind friend for including me in your blog, I am flattered. And yes, advice about my Podmore Kiln and Auto Fireman Controller is most most welcome. Good luck Laura with your shows,I am definitely going to try and get to see you in Oxton.

    • May 8, 2014 6:16 am

      Most welcome Sarah. Keep up the lovely work and good luck with tracking down more info for the kiln too. Yes and do try and catch up with Laura, she’s fab, I think you two would get along.

  4. May 7, 2014 11:47 pm

    Craig thank you so much for all the hard work for Extraordinary Postcards ! you put so much dedication into promoting quality art & design in UK & for sharing your insights into significant things! I always recommend your blog to my students – hope to see you for a catch up soon!

    • May 8, 2014 6:20 am

      Aww thank you Laura. I’m always more than pleased to share great work and seeing how other artists work and create, also inspires me. It was wonderful being part of the postcard event too, well done for putting so much time and energy into the project. Hope the shows go well and ‘YES’ to a catch up soon.

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